Last week I ventured up to the beautiful town of Kings Lynn to meet up with the team at the NHS’s West Norfolk Clinical Care Group. One of the aims of my visit was to produce some PR photographs for a couple of recent campaigns, one designed to cut down on medicine waste and the other to encourage people to consult their local GP rather than A&E department about minor ailments.
Whilst in the town I also produced some stock images of the town itself for inclusion in annual reports and photographed some of the display materials and leaflets used in the aforementioned campaigns. Producing a few formal portraits comprising some head shots and environmental portraits that are used in numerous reports and publications, I then moved onto a prize giving, and then PR photographs for the Community Health Involvement Panel.
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Here are a few photographs from the day, some stock images of the beautiful town of Kings Lynn, as most of the other photographs are lined up for press release and a part of the groups campaign photography.